I’m looking into mutual TLS authentication for a B2B API. Is it possible to use mutual TLS authentication using X.509 certificates while relying on Public CAs?
I see that some Public CAs (from CA/Browser Forum) offer signed “client authentication” certificates. What fields can I rely on in this case? Would I be able to just map the Subject Name to a user in my application and trust the CA/Browser bundle?
Can “Public CA 1” guarantee that “Public CA 2” will not sell the exact same certificate to a different company?
I wanted to figure out whether authorities can potentially, not in terms of whether they are allowed to, spy people’s smartphones activities such as e-amail, whatsapp chats, and so on. I don’t mean the FBi or NSA techniques used to catch dangerous people or whoever is highly harmful to the society, but I mean whether simple police stuff could possibly spy, for example, small drug dealers phones in order to dismantle their plans and so forth.
I am posting this question after checking this question Where can I find all SSL CA certificates
I need to verify couple of CA authorities.(below)
CloudFlare NameCheap AWS commodo
Where can in find updated list of CA Authorities, or what is the easiest way to verify CA Authority.
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I have to digitally sign a pdf. I created a little app using the DSS library (an EU project, based on
Bouncy Castle, very simple to use) that sign the PDF with
PADES using a
I know how to create a
p12 file from a certificate using
openssl. The problem is I only find Certificate Authorities that provides certificates for
There’s somewhere a list of official and trusted CAs that provides
X.509 certificates also for signing documents? I’m interested in pricing in particular… 😛
Thank in advance.